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Yount Residence, 3 KW, Port Townsend, 2009

Yount Residence, 3 KW, Port Townsend, 2009

Jo and George Yount with their 3 KW PV system composed of 15 Sanyo 200 watt modules and a 3500 watt PV Powered inverter. The Yount’s roof was built with SIPS panels, (structurally insulated panels) so Power Trip’s install crew used special mounting plates designed for SIPS roofs.

Rowell Residence, 3.9 KW, Kingston, 2009

Rowell Residence, 3.9 KW, Kingston, 2009

Richard and Joanne Rowell were the first Power Trip customers to purchase a PV system Rowell-for-web-1with microinverters. Their 3.9 KW system consists of 20 Sanyo 195 watt modules and 20 Enphase microinverters under the solar modules which transmit the data to the web.

Pickett Residence, 5.46 KW, Sequim, 2009

Pickett Residence, 5.46 KW, Sequim, 2009

Jim and Cherie are all smiles about their new 5.46 KW PV array consisting of 28 Sanyo Pickett inverter web large195 watt modules and a SMA 6000 watt inverter. This installation was utilized by the Department of Labor and Industries to train their inspectors on how a proper PV installation is done. Power Trip Energy is proud of our quality work and our positive working relationship with state electrical permitting agencies.

Goodwin Residence, 8.4 KW, Port Orchard, 2009

Goodwin Residence, 8.4 KW, Port Orchard, 2009

8.4 KW array on two structures. Total of 42 Sanyo 200 watt modules and two SMA Goodwin-tile-for-webinverters (one per structure, 3000 & 6000 watts). The house is roofed with cement tiles allowing the use of special tile flashing mounts. This client got in touch with his inner dataphile and requested a SunnyWebBox and SMA’s free data monitoring site to help track the production of┬áthis system.

Koski Residence, 1.2 KW, Bremerton, 2009

Koski Residence, 1.2 KW, Bremerton, 2009

Kevin Koski’s little 1.2 KW system performs big because Kevin is an ENERGY SUPERMAN! The 1200 KW hours of electricity this system will produce each year will cover 100% of his home’s annual electrical use. How? Conservation, conservation, conservation (and natural gas heat). Way to go Kevin!